The Best Seat in the House: UCLA’s Chamber Music at the Clark Library - UCTV Prime Cuts

2/13/2014; 5 minutes

If you're a chamber music fan and you find Wigmore, Alice Tully and Carnegie halls not nearly exclusive enough, consider UCLA's Clark Library. Since 1994, the beloved rare-book library in Los Angeles' West Adams district has featured the same talent as the best-known music halls in the world, in the kind of intimate setting for which chamber music was conceived. All Chamber Music at the Clark concerts are presented in a sumptuous, acoustically superlative 100-seat drawing room — just like L.A. Philharmonic founder William Andrews Clark Jr. wanted it. (#24342)

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